OPM May Announce Size of Second Data Breach Next Week

The embattled federal agency is planning to reveal details about a breach of security-clearance information as soon as early next week, according to Hill sources.

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Why a Chris Christie Presidency Could Mean Major Cuts to Feds' Benefits

The New Jersey governor has put government employees' benefits on the chopping block.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Experience With 'Traditional Marriage'

Being married three times isn't the definition of tradition.


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A Momentous Week, and a GOP That Needs to Change

The fight over the Confederate flag and the Supreme Court decisions on Obamacare and same-sex marriage all send the signal that Republicans need to adapt to keep pace with younger voters.

Republican Benghazi Probe Ups Pressure on John Kerry

Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy said he may call the secretary of State to testify about a lack of document production.

Play of the Day: A Huge Week in the News

HBO's Bill Maher and John Oliver recount the Supreme Court decisions.

Play of the Day: Bobby Jindal's Creepy Video

The Louisianan's 2016 announcement isn't exactly dynamic.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta would not commit to a number of people affected.

OPM Breach May Have Exposed Feds’ Sex Lives, Info About Security Clearance References

After a week of congressional hearings, we still don’t know the full extent of the massive cyberattacks.

TIGTA J. Russell George (left) and deputy Tim Camus are sworn in before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

IRS Destroyed Tapes with Lois Lerner Emails, Watchdog Confirms

House Republicans see a crime, but inspectors find potential employee error.

Reps. Jason Chaffetz and Mark Meadows confer after a hearing in September 2014. The two got in a fight over Meadows' vote on fast-track trade authority, but on Thursday announced they had reconciled.

Dethroned House Subcommittee Chairman Regains Gavel

Rep. Meadows to resume Government Operations panel work on employee issues.

The Government Tells You How to Eat Healthy, But Should It Tell You How to Eat Green?

House Republicans are looking to limit federal food advice to "diet and nutrient intake," and keep their sustainability thoughts to themselves.

Civil War re-enactors hold up the flag in South Carolina in 2012.

Play of the Day: Even More on the Confederate Battle Flag

Alabama and Mississippi examine their use of the symbol.

OPM chief Katherine Archuleta testifies before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

Amid Calls for Firing, OPM Director 'More Committed Than Ever'

Archuleta defends data breach contracts, disagrees with watchdog critique of agency response.